Georgia Cannabis Labeling Laws

19 LC 28 9384S – 16-12-218.

(2) Assign a tracking number to any low THC oil distributed;

(3) Properly package low THC oil in compliance with the federal Poison Prevention Packing Act regarding child resistant packaging and exemptions for packaging for elderly patients and shall label low THC oil with a list of all active ingredients and specific identifying information, including:

(A) The patient’s name and date of birth;

(B) The name and date of birth of a caregiver or designated caregiver, if applicable;

(C) The patient’s registry identification number from his or her registration card; and

(D) The chemical composition of the low THC oil;

(4) Ensure that the low THC oil distributed contains a maximum of a 60 day supply of the dosage determined for such registered patient; and

(5) Offer access to a licensed Georgia pharmacist to provide professional consultation and counseling, including drug regimen review, for the registered patient.


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